Kansas City Chiefs: Wild, Wild, West

Joe JonesCorrespondent IMay 16, 2009

07 Oct 2001:  Denver Broncos mounted mascot gallops along the sideline carrying an american flag during the game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Mile High Stadium in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos  beat  the Chiefs 20-6. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Brian Bahr/Allsport

The Kansas City Chiefs will come out in a blaze of glory, with its' six guns smoking. Matt Cassel will be on his white horse"Trigger" as he rides off into the sunset. This is how the west will be won.

I can see it now: Cassel to Bowe all day long, and Larry Johnson pounding up the middle carrying at least three players on his back.

Now that is only if we can get Johnson to take his diapers off and stop harassing women.

Brad Cottam steps into Tony Gonzalez's spot with out missing a beat and dunks the football over the goal post at least once a game and attempts the Lambeau Leap.

Brandon Flowers picks off two interceptions per-game like fly-paper and runs them back for touchdowns.

Big bad Glenn Dorsey lives up to his skills and plugs the line like a cork in a wine bottle and sacks the quarterback like the Derrick Thomas of old.

And Tyson Jackson pulls a Neil Smith and meets Dorsey in the middle to finally put the crushing blow on the quarterback and put an end to it all, as the back-up quarterback comes in for the rest of the game.

Last but not least, kicker Connor Barth does his best Nick Lowery impression and wins the close ones by a foot.

Now, "IMAGINE THAT," that's how the West will be won!